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New Arrivals ,25 August 2017

by Adrian Walshe on Aug 25, 2017

New Arrivals ,25 August 2017
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Queens of the Stone Age ‘Villains’ Variant Cover 2LP €24.99, CD €13.99 (Matador) Produced by Mark Ronson and co-produced by Mark Rankin and mixed by Alan Moulder, ‘Villains’ is the first full album offering from Queens Of The Stone Age since 2013’s ‘…Like Clockwork’ gave the band its first #1 album in the US. Like the stunning artwork of returning illustrator Boneface, the sonic signatures of the line-up that took ‘…Like Clockwork’ around the world and back are as unmistakable as ever, though coexisting with sufficient new twists to induce recurring double takes. As Homme himself puts it, “The most important aspect of making this record was redefining our sound, asking and answering the question ‘what do we sound like now?’ If you can’t make a great first record, you should just stop - but if you can make a great record but you keep making records and your sound doesn’t evolve, you become a parody of that original sound.” Available to independent retailers with alternate cover artwork. Paul Weller ‘Woo Se Mama’ 7” €11.99 (Parlaphone) Paul Weller releases a new single from his top 5 album “A Kind Revolution”. The crashing R&B shakedown, “Woo Sé Mama” features 60s soul sirens PP Arnold and Madeline Bell, who make their mark on this uplifting slice of gumbo-fried funk. This limited edition 7” vinyl single is coupled with an exclusive B-side, a cover of Eddie Floyd’s “I’ve Never Found A Girl (To Love Me Like You Do)” which was recorded live at Black Barn Studios during rehearsals for a recent radio session. Mark Lanegan Vinyl Re-issues ‘Field Songs’, ‘I’ll Take Care of You’, ‘Scraps At Midnight’ LP €22.99 (Sub Pop) ‘Field Songs’ is the fifth solo album by Mark Lanegan, released in 2001. Aside from its inclusion in the now out of print box set ‘One Way Street’ this is the album’s first time on vinyl. ‘I’ll Take Care Of You’ is the fourth solo album by former Screaming Trees vocalist Mark Lanegan. It features Lanegan’s interpretation of songs from a wide variety of songwriters, including Tim Rose, Tim Hardin, Booker T. Jones and Buck Owens. ‘I’ll Take Care Of You’ also includes the traditional song ‘Little Sadie’. ‘Scraps At Midnight’ is the third solo album by Mark Lanegan. It was produced by Mark Lanegan and longtime collaborator Mike Johnson. ‘Scraps At Midnight’ could arguably be considered the final instalment of a trilogy of albums (preceded by ‘The Winding Sheet’ and ‘Whiskey For The Holy Ghost’) which feature the songwriter’s interpretation of American roots music set to troubling lyrics that explore themes of loss, sin and redemption. Presented in gatefold jackets with custom dust sleeve, pressed on 180g black vinyl with digital download code.

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The War on Drugs ‘A Deeper Understanding’ 2LP €25.99, 2 Clear Vinyl €29.99, CD €13.99 (Atlantic) For much of the three and a half year period since the release of Lost In The Dream, The War On Drugs’ frontman, Adam Granduciel, led the charge for his Philadelphia-based sextet as he holed up in studios in New York and Los Angeles to write, record, edit, and tinker—but, above all, to busy himself in work. Teaming up with engineer Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, Weezer), Granduciel challenged the notion of what it means to create a fully realized piece of music in today’s modern landscape. Calling on his bandmates – bassist Dave Hartley, keyboarding Robbie Bennett, drummer Charlie Hall and multi-instrumentalists Anthony LaMarca and Jon Natchez -- continuously throughout the process, the result is a “band record” in the noblest sense, featuring collaboration, coordination, and confidence at every turn. Through those years of relocation, the revisiting and reexamining of endless hours of recordings, unbridled exploration and exuberance, Granduciel’s gritty love of his craft succeeded in pushing the band to great heights.